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Commercial Credit Unveils Terms, Major Players of Upcoming IPO

Commercial Credit, a fleet-leasing finance provider, set the range for its initial public offering Monday. It wants to sell 7.2 million shares at between $15 and $17 per share.

Jim Cramer's 6 Stocks in 60 Seconds: FSLR YELP GPS SODA CRR PRGO (Update 1)

Cramer thinks the buyers will come back to Yelp but says to take profits in FirstSolar.

WaMu Looks Good, but Countrywide Looks Better

WaMu has been growing through acquisitions, but Countrywide's growth has been organic.

Charts Can't Make a Case for Cisco

It's still in a downtrend and below resistance. Plus, AMR, Level 3 and more.

Staying on Defense With Nontech Names

The best-performing stocks are still those in the most defensive sectors.

Stocks to Watch: Caremark Rx Climbs, While Keane Crumbles

Also, H&R Block and NPS Pharma go higher as XM Satellite and Martha Stewart fall back.

Credit Binge Could Leave a Hangover

Economists worry more about the impact on consumption than about the chance of widespread defaults.

What a Holiday Week: Hello! Is There Anybody Out There?

A festive atmosphere results in light trading, heavy swings and no liquidity.

Mortgage Lenders at Turning Point

A bottoming in rates coupled with rising problem assets could signal the end of the rally.

Mortgage Lenders at Turning Point

A bottoming in rates coupled with rising problem assets could signal the end of the rally.

Rally or No, This Market Still Looks Overbought

Shartsis is sticking by his short positions. Countrywide Credit is one of them.

The Fundamentals Guy Would Stink as a Trader

The Lashinsky spat offers a valuable lesson: Being right doesn't mean you'll make money.

On Tap Today: Final 4Q GDP Revision and Initial Claims Released

The Street is expecting Gross Domestic Product to jump by 1.1%.

My Face-Off With Chartman at the RealMoney Seminar

From Microsoft to U.S. Steel, we fight on the fundamentals -- and what those trends say.